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Earlier today, Notre Dame sophomore Anders Lee was named the RBC Financial Group CCHA Player of the Month for October. Lee was a 6th round draft pick of the NY Islanders in the 2009 NHL Draft. Lee has scored at least one goal in all seven Irish games so far this season. Lee leads the nation with 10 goals and is fourth in points with 13. With a 1.86 point per game average, Lee is off to a tremendous start to the season and has put himself into early season contention for the Hobey Baker. Lee has scored three power play goals and one game winning goal so far this season. You can read the full UND.com article here.
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